Attention all book lovers, curious minds, and seekers of knowledge!
You are cordially invited to join us for an electrifying book talk featuring Boricua author Sherina Feliciano-Santos. As an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics at the esteemed University of Michigan, Dr. Feliciano-Santos brings a wealth of expertise and passion to her research, which delves deep into the fascinating intersections of language, identity, history, and social action among diverse racialized groups.
In this captivating discussion, Dr. Feliciano-Santos will take us on a thrilling journey through her groundbreaking work, “A Contested Caribbean Indigeneity” (2021). Through her meticulous research and insightful analysis, Dr. Feliciano-Santos challenges us to rethink conventional understandings of indigeneity and invites us to engage deeply with Taíno activism. This book talk promises to be an enlightening and empowering experience for all who attend.
So, RESERVE YOUR SPOT and join us for an unforgettable journey of discovery and discourse. We look forward to seeing you there!
Books will not be available for sale. Please support this amazing Boricua Author and purchase her book on Amazon.